Curious Crate is basically a crate containing some goods found from fishing in the region of Outland.
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Your best bet is to find pools of some sort of wreckage to fish in, otherwise these crates are pretty slow to come by unless you plan on fishing in a general location for a while. Though they can give you some pretty good Outland materials, it might be best to simply find locations to farm said materials, instead of actually looking for these crates.
But if you’re fishing anyway, might as well find them while you can.
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Where can you find Curious Crates?
This fishing route is short, and it doesn’t boast any kind of wreckage pools to make it easier to hook some crates, but there’s still a chance to get some on the side if you’re fishing for something else–like Motes of Water. This route runs close to a Horde base.
After a full route, I obtained 3 Curious Crates.
The fishing route I use in Terokkar Forest isn’t a long one, but even so there are plenty of pools to fish in. Just be mindful of coming close to both Alliance and Horde faction bases, depending on your allegiance.
After a full route, I obtained 7 Curious Crates.
This is a bit of a longer zone compared to the other two, but it also give you a whole lot more crates as well, thanks to all the Steam Pump Flotsam floating around the shore. Technically, you could just fly the route and only fish in the wreckage pools, but for this guide, we stuck with the entire route of every pool available.
After a full route, I obtained 20 Curious Crates.
What’s in a Curious Crate?
I fished up 50 of these crates to find out the grand total of everything on the inside. It was a decent amount of materials, really, and certainly worth opening if you need these specific materials as spare mats for crafting.